What is the current status of the Miracle Valley Bible College?

Cochise County currently owns the property. Arizona is a property tax lien state, which means that individual investors can buy tax liens on delinquent properties. If property taxes are not paid, the County Treasurer will sell the delinquent lien at public auction. Auctions are held at least annually. If a parcel does not receive a bid offer during the auction pursuant to A.R.S. 42-18301, the parcel will be added to the list of parcels held by State Deed/assigned to the state. The Miracle Valley property was deeded to the state in March of 2022, which concurrently put it under the care of the Board of Supervisors. The County attempted to auction the property in September of 2023. Ultimately, neither of the property bidders elected to move forward with the sale. Following additional property remediation, the property will be placed up for auction in the summer of 2024.

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1. What is the current status of the Miracle Valley Bible College?
2. Why does the County want to sell the Miracle Valley Bible College property?
3. Can I visit the Miracle Valley property?
4. What is the zoning of the property and what type of future uses are permitted?
5. Is the Miracle Valley property a designated historic district or on the national register of historic places?